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Christmas Cheer

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Hello everyone,
Today my card is another Christmas card – the reason I made a 2nd Christmas card is because the supplies were already sitting on my desk from the previous card. I hadn’t put them away so I thought why not use what was already out.

And I found sketch #534 from Sketch Saturday

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As you can see I am including the sketch with the measurements that I used to create the sketch. I thought that others may find having these useful as I love using sketches to make my creations.

So the products I used to make this card are a white heavy weight card stock and maroon layering paper for the layers. The papers come from Kasiercrafts Christmas Carol 6X6 paper pad and the sentiment was included as part of the pad. The flags are made in various sizes and placed until I was happy with the layout.

Well that is my project, thanks for stopping by and having a look at my card. And as always before you go I would like to leave you with this last thought

Multiple Sclerosis Fibromyalgia Lupus Chronic Illness Chronic Pain....and the list goes on

I am no longer running away from my chronic illness. I don’t like what my illness has done to my body but I am learning to live with the limitations. And now I am letting others know – not for sympathy or kudos – but for understanding when I am no longer able to do what I once did. Being a part of the crafting community both online and in groups is my sanity saver.

Have a Happy Crafty OK Kind of Day,
❤ Tracy

8 thoughts on “Christmas Cheer

  1. Tracy, you’ve done a wonderful job with the sketch this week! I love that you’ve shared your measurements, that can be a bit frustrating to figure out at times. I love your little duck and do pray that you continue to overcome! Thanks for joining us at Sketch Saturday this week!

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    1. Thanks for your comment Brenda. I am having fun with sketches and yes figuring out the measurements can be a little tricky. I am slowly learning the hardest lesson of all – take one day at a time.

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